Non-Standard Modular Classes
Non-Standard Modular Classes – Refund and Withdrawal Schedule
Tuition and Refunds
Georgetown University’s Office of Revenue and Receivables is responsible for reporting and collecting Georgetown University tuition and fees at the direction of the University Registrar. Accordingly, the University Registrar maintains the refund schedule.
Should a student voluntarily withdraw from courses, the appropriate credit for tuition will be calculated by the date of the student’s official notice to the Advising Dean or Advisor, according to appropriate part of term.
General Guidelines for Non-Standard Classes
- Students may add and drop until the first day off class. In some cases, students will need to be administratively added if the class is set up in a part of term that is best fit but registration is not open when the first class takes place. Students should contact their program advisor and the registration team at firstname.lastname@example.org to facilitate enrollment.
- Non-standard classes will adopt the withdrawal deadline and refund schedule associated with the part of term set up. Please contact the registration team if you have specific questions at email@example.com.
Students in Graduate Programs with their own approved calendars should contact their program advisors for details: APEC, DCP- EML, DNA, EDTR, EMBA, EML-Q, HAPI, IBP, LDES, MPM, MHSA, MBA, MIM-MGMT, PECO, NURO, MSFO, BGE (PHSL, BCHB, BIOT, SMP)
Individual class may have associated fees (ex. Lab, Materials, Travel, Performance). If a student is enrolled in these classes, the fee cannot be removed. Fees are published in a course’s “Detailed Class Information” page (in the Schedule of Classes, click on highlighted course title to view course details, including any fees.)
Fees automatically are removed from a student’s account when the student officially drops the class during the semester’s registration Add/Drop period. Course fees cannot be refunded for classes from which a student withdraws after the semester’s Add/Drop period has ended.